Meanwhile, The Gacys charge at Desperate Sammy one final time to take him down for good. Naturally, they reach him just as The Wonder Weenie drops dead, so instead of squishing the dear boy like a bug, they explode into a tremendous cloud of sparkly glitter, leaving the flabbergasted Sammy to flounder his way into this evening's final commercial break most thoroughly CHOMP!-less and alone. Poor Sam.
Plucky's Parking Lot. Aftermath. A glitter-bedecked Sam arrives looking like he'd just been attacked by "some PCP-crazed strippers," as a positively giddy Dean describes it, and after they both have a good laugh over how utterly ridiculous this entire episode's been, they settle in to chat about their goddamned feelings -- again, some more -- after which Darling Sammy presents Dashing El Deano with a gigantic, multicolored Slinky. Dashing El Deano responds to this kindness by presenting Darling Sammy with a large stuffed Plucky doll. Darling Sammy, bless him, promptly rips the hateful thing's head off and tosses it to the asphalt, after which Our Intrepid Heroes climb into this week's crapped-out piece of automotive trash and motor on off towards their next adventure.
Well, that didn't entirely suck. That's good, right? Right?
Oh, whatever. Going by the promos, next week's episode is told at least in part from the perspective of a demonically-enhanced gentleman Our Intrepid Heroes stumble across during the course of their travels, so I'm thinking it's pretty much guaranteed to bore me to death. Have fun!
Demian has to head down to Bay Ridge, of all the godforsaken places, because that's where Raoul was supposedly last seen. You may reach the former at firstname.lastname@example.org. The latter is an imaginary gay dragon on the Internet who's been missing for more than a month.